Antique Scientific Instruments

Early (1/3)

  • Early Silver Antique Drawing Instruments In Shagreen Case
  • EARLY Antique Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Brass Microscope NO. 198284 c1917
  • Antique early electric motor/revolving armature engine, Daniel Davis around 1845
  • Early electric motor/rotator in experimental box, Pericaud, Paris, 1890
  • Early Antique Taylor Min Max Thermometer Copper Arts and Crafts Case Tycos
  • Early antique electric (BIG) motor/rotator and geissler suitcase with 13 tubes
  • Antique Hygrometer c. Early 1900s
  • Early Victorian Winters Type Friction Electrostatic Machine
  • Early Demonstration Van Der Graaff Generator By Physica
  • EARLY THALES PINWHEEL CALCULATOR GERMANY c. 1915
  • Early antique electric motor/generator Pacinotti-Gramme-Maschine, M. Kohl -rare
  • Early antique electric motor, generator, 8 Geissler tubes, Tesla instruments
  • Early electric motor in experimental box and very rare machine after Stöhrer
  • Early antique electric motor, generator, 7 Geissler tubes, Tesla instruments
  • Early Victorian Cased Field Telescope By We & F Newton, Fleet Street, London
  • Early antique electric motor and electrostatic collection with Wimshurst machine
  • Early antique electric motor and electrostatic collection with Wimshurst machine
  • Early Shagreen Cased Drawing Instruments Signed Benjamin Cole, Circa 1750
  • Early antique electric motors and electrostatic collection
  • SHAGREEN ETUI DRAWING INSTRUMENTS COMPLETE SURVEYOR'S MARINE EARLY 19thC
  • Early antique electric motors/rotator, part II of an electrostatic collection
  • Early Drawing Instruments In Shagreen Case (etui)
  • Early antique motor/rotator, part II of an electrostatic collection
  • Early antique electric motors and electrostatic collection Part 1
  • Early Antique electric open coil motor model Cast Iron Base & parts
  • C. 19th Early Andrew Ross brass microscope (1848)
  • C. 19th Early Andrew Ross brass microscope (1848)
  • W. WATSON & SONS LONDON ANTIQUE BRASS EARLY ROYAL MICROSCOPE WithCASE SN3321, 1894